Haunted textures of sound are served forth in classic Djinnestan style in this unexpected EP release. Do ghosts relive their dying moments? Do they have unfinished business, or messages for the living? Without explaining the concept of this album, I shall leave you to infer what you can from the track titles and a close listening to these haunted soundscapes.
Djinnestan's art consists of heavily processed acoustic, electronic, and sampled sounds, woven into rich sonic textures. Typically these tracks are lucky accidents spawned from my efforts to create textures and pads for my other recording projects (Saluki Regicide, Akashic Crow's Nest, etc). But with such sonic richness, they need to be appreciated in their own right.
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November 1, 2004
I've listened to this EP soon after Pablo Reche's Constelacion EP. The first impression is not totally positive but as the listening procedes I find myself comprehended in the general mood of the release, which is pretty pleasant. Somehow lynchian, in some ways (The Vigil).
November 1, 2004
Just the right breeze tonight blowing in from a controlled environment. Most of the music coming from the distance is just right, but every now and then there's little something built in, that factory with its presets. I'll sleep well knowing I can hear off the horizon.